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Co-operative Bank of Kenya Ltd

COOP.NR

Latest Trade

12.85KES

Change

-0.60(-4.46%)

Volume

93,300

Today's Range

12.85

 - 

13.50

52 Week Range

10.20

 - 

14.05

As of on the Nairobi Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
13.45
Open
13.50
Volume
93,300
3M AVG Volume
15.99
Today's High
13.50
Today's Low
12.85
52 Week High
14.05
52 Week Low
10.20
Shares Out (MIL)
5,867.18
Market Cap (MIL)
74,502.05
Forward P/E
5.58
Dividend (Yield %)
7.63

Next Event

Q2 2021 Co-operative Bank of Kenya Ltd Earnings Release

Latest Developments

More

Co-Operative Bank Of Kenya Reports Quarterly Pretax Profit Of 4.98 Bln Shillings

Co-operative Bank Of Kenya Says FY Group Net Interest Income 36.35 Bln Shillings

Co-Operative Bank Of Kenya Sees FY Earnings For 2020 Fiscal Year Materially Lower Than Last Year

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About Co-operative Bank of Kenya Ltd

The Co-operative Bank of Kenya Limited is a Kenya-based financial bank. The Bank is engaged in corporate and retail banking, investment and asset management services in various parts of Kenya. Its segments include Retail Banking, which includes loans deposits and other transactions and balances with retail customers, and Wholesale Banking, which includes loans deposits and other transactions and balances with corporate and institutional customers. It offers services in categories, such as corporates and institutions, co-operatives, personal and business, insurance, consultancy and investment, treasury and correspondent, and money transfer. Its MCo-op Cash is a mobile banking service that enables customers to have access to various banking services and payment services. Its Internet-banking solution, Co-opNet, allows customers to do end-to-end banking through a Web-based channel. Its subsidiaries include Kingdom Securities Limited and Co-opTrust Investment Services Limited.

Industry

Regional Banks

Contact Info

Co-operative House

Haile Selassie Avenue,

P.O. Box 48231

00100

Kenya

+254.20.3276000

https://www.co-opbank.co.ke/

Executive Leadership

John Kamau Murugu

Non-Executive Independent Chairman

Gideon Maina Muriuki

Group Managing Director & CEO, Executive Director

Macloud Malonza

Non-Executive Independent Vice Chairman

Patrick Nyaga

Director, Finance & Strategy Division

Nicholas Ithondeka

Managing Director, Co-op Trust Investments Services Ltd

Key Stats

2.50 mean rating - 8 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, KES)

2018

43.7K

2019

43.6K

2020

48.8K

2021(E)

54.5K
EPS (KES)

2018

2.180

2019

2.440

2020

1.980

2021(E)

2.348
Price To Earnings (TTM)
6.68
Price To Sales (TTM)
1.34
Price To Book (MRQ)
0.82
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
5.06
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
50.02
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
50.02
Return on Investment (TTM)
--
Return on Equity (TTM)
2.09

Latest News

Latest News

UPDATE 1-Co-op Bank Kenya to complete Jamii Bora Bank acquisition this month -central bank

Co-operative Bank of Kenya will buy 90% of micro lender Jamii Bora Bank and the deal will complete this month, the country's central bank said on Friday, marking further consolidation in the East African nation's banking industry.

Co-Op Bank Kenya to buy 90% of Jamii Bora bank -central bank

Kenya's central bank announced on Friday the acquisition of 90% of the shareholding of Jamii Bora Bank by Co-operative Bank of Kenya effective Aug. 21.

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Wednesday:

RPT-UPDATE 1-Co-op Bank Kenya seeks to fully acquire Jamii Bora Bank

The Co-operative Bank of Kenya has offered to fully acquire Jamii Bora Bank, the central bank said on Wednesday, in the latest instance of consolidation in the banking industry.

UPDATE 1-Co-op Bank Kenya seeks to fully acquire Jamii Bora Bank

The Co-operative Bank of Kenya has offered to fully acquire Jamii Bora Bank, the central bank said on Wednesday, in the latest instance of consolidation in the banking industry.

Co-operative Bank of Kenya proposes acquisition of Jamii Bora Bank -central bank

Kenya's Co-operative Bank has proposed the acquisition of Jamii Bora Bank, the central bank said on Wednesday, in the latest instance of consolidation in the East African nation's banking industry.

UPDATE 2-Kenya fines 5 banks $3.75 mln under anti-money laundering laws

Kenya's chief prosecutor on Thursday fined five banks a total of 385 million shillings ($3.75 million) for not reporting suspicious transactions under anti-money laundering laws, adding his office reserved the right to prosecute them in the future.

UPDATE 1-Kenya fines 5 banks $3.75 mln under anti-money laundering laws

Kenya's chief prosecutor said on Thursday five commercial banks must pay a fine of 385 million shillings ($3.75 million) for violating anti-money laundering laws, adding his office reserved the right to prosecute them in the future.

Kenya's prosecutor fines five banks $3.75 mln for violations

Kenya's chief prosecutor said it had entered into a "deferred prosecution agreement" with five commercial banks for violations of anti-money laundering laws.

Kenyan lenders target small and medium businesses with digital loans

A group of Kenyan banks on Wednesday committed 10 billion Kenyan shillings ($97 million) in loans to small and medium businesses under a new mobile phone-based loan service targeting a fast-growing segment which has traditionally been under-served.

UPDATE 3-Kenyan parliamentary panel backs lifting cap on lending rates

Kenya's parliament should repeal a cap on commercial lending rates, in line with the president's demands, the finance committee of the legislature said in a report seen by Reuters on Wednesday.

Kenyan bank shares surge after house panel embraces rate cap repeal

Kenyan bank shares surged in early trading on Wednesday after parliament's finance panel asked the house to repeal a cap on commercial lending rates.

UPDATE 2-Kenya's NSE gets regulatory approval for derivatives market

Kenya's Nairobi Securities Exchange has received regulatory approval to launch a derivatives market, the Capital Markets Authority said on Wednesday, and the exchange said it aimed to start futures trading in July.

Kenyan banks to test mobile lending app to ease SME squeeze

Five Kenyan banks have launched a lending service via mobile phone aimed at getting credit through to the country's small and medium-sized businesses, the central bank said on Monday.

UPDATE 1-Kenya bank shares up after court ruling on interest rate caps

Kenyan banks' share prices rose on the Nairobi Securities Exchange on Friday, a day after a court ruling declared interest rate caps unconstitutional and gave parliament 12 months to review them, traders said.

Kenya bank shares up a day after court declares interest rate caps null

Kenyan banks' share prices rose on the Nairobi Securities Exchange on Friday, a day after a court ruling declared interest rate caps null and gave parliament 12 months to review them, traders said.

UPDATE 1-Kenya central bank upholds fines against lenders for suspect transactions

Kenya's central bank has upheld the fines it imposed in September against five top commercial lenders for a failure to report suspicious transactions in connection with the theft of funds at a state agency, it said on Friday.

Kenya central bank upholds fines against lenders for suspect transactions

Kenya's central bank has upheld the fines it imposed in September against five top commercial lenders for a failure to report suspicious transactions in connection with the theft of funds at a state agency, it said on Friday.

UPDATE 4-Kenyan central bank fines five banks over suspect transactions

Kenya's central bank fined five top commercial banks on Wednesday for failing to report suspicious transactions in connection with the theft of funds at the National Youth Service (NYS), a state agency.

Kenyan central bank fines five banks a total of $3.89 mln

Kenya's central bank said on Wednesday it had fined five commercial banks a total of 392.5 million shillings ($3.89 million) in connection with the loss of funds at the national youth agency, a government body.

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